|Arrangement:||Single train with 6 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 24 riders.|
|Former names:||JCB Twin Looper (2003 to 2004)|
Twin Looper (1999 to 2002)
Sky Looper (1997 to 1998)
Iron Wolf (1995)
|Relocations:||Lightwater Valley as Soopa Loopa|
American Adventure Theme Park as Twin Looper
Legendia Śląskie Wesołe Miasteczko as Tornado
Lightwater Valley sold this roller coaster back to the manufacturer, Soquet, who then sold it to Granada Theme Parks who placed it at American Adventure as the "Iron Wolf". In 1998 the ride was renamed "Twin Looper" due to the Gladiators being copyrighted to Granada, who had by this point sold the park to John Broome's (mastermind of Alton Towers) Ventureworld Ltd. In 2003, the ride was renamed and repainted again, this time to "JCB Twin Looper", to tie in with the nearby JCB World attraction. The JCB sponsorship ended in 2005 and the JCB was removed from the ride's name and the surrounding JCB World has become "Digger Depot".
Iron Wolf was opened by 'The Wolf' gladiator.